Managing chemical leaks and spills is an essential requirement of Australian WHS legislation.According to Work Health and Safety, everyAustralian business that carries any type of hazardous chemical in a solid or liquid form has a legal obligation to have a spill containment system in place for spill control.
One of the duties under WHS regulations is having a spill containment system in place and ensuring that chemical waste and effluent is disposed of safely.One of the spill containment systemsisby using spill tray ordrip tray.
STOREMASTA range ofDrip Traysfor spill containment
To ensure your chemical storage and handling areas are fully compliant with WHS Legislation and Australian safety standards spill bunding must be sturdy enough to hold the chemicals and constructed in a manner to have spill control.
It must be ensured that the spill containment system does not create a hazard by bringing together different hazardous chemicals that are not compatible.As even a small number of spills could potentially mix with incompatible substances, contaminate other areas, and present hazards to other people, property, and the environment.Spillbundingtraysneedto be chemically resistant so that it does not react with thechemicaland rust.
To enable you to be compliant with Australian WHS legislation, STOREMASTA has developed a range oftemporarybundsnameddriptrays. Metalspilltrays are manufactured from heavy-duty steel construction and can be easily cleanedinthe event of a chemical spill. Metal drip trays are designed and manufactured in full conformance to AS1940:2017, AS5026:2012, AS4326:2008, and AS2714:2008. Polyethylenedriptraysis manufactured with superior polymer material, chemical, and UV resistance which makes them suitable for long-term use. Polyethylenespilltrays are designed and manufacture in full conformance to AS/NZS 4452:1997, AS3780:2008, and AS/NZS4452:1997. STOREMASTA drip trays are an excellent way to store most sizes of drums and containers.
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